Wedding Bells Rings: Priyanka Chopra And Nick Jonas’ Wedding Will Be In India This December

Three months after their engagement, Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas are finally going to tie the knot in her native country before the year is out.

Sources have confirmed to Us Weekly that the much-anticipated wedding is happening this December in India.

36-year-old Priyanka and 26-year-old Nick have reportedly booked the Umaid Bhawan for the grand wedding, a place described as their “dream wedding venue.”

The source also revealed that Priyanka is having fun planning the wedding, blending together traditions from both their cultures.

They really want to blend wedding traditions from both of their cultures that are important to them.

Priyanka is having a really good time planning the wedding because it’s a mix of Indian and American styles and customs, which she knows so much about.

The couple also has babies on their mind. An insider reported that earlier this month, the Baywatch star and the former Jonas Brother “keep talking about starting a family together,” adding, “Nick and Priyanka can’t wait to get married. They have amazing chemistry and can’t wait to have kids. They are going to wait till after the wedding to start trying. But it’s definitely on the agenda.”

Chopra seemingly confirmed as much on October 16.

“I just have a few of my friends who are having babies right now and I’m like, ‘God, I need to catch up!’” she told E! News.

The couple started dating around May. They got engaged in July and made their betrothal official with a traditional Roka ceremony in Mumbai in August.

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